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convenience. next time use fedex office. >>> this week on "the journal editorial report" a stunning upset in delaware has some democrats celebrating but is that uprising now headed for them? and it's democrat versus democrat on capitol hill. more of the rank and file break with party leaders over plans to raise taxes on upper income z unions are howling after new jersey's governor unveils his plan to save a system that is holding $46 million in the red. welcome to the "journal editorial report". tea party candidate christine o'donnell's stunning victory tuesday over long-time
about us, and what we do, these people are too crazy to give them the reins in washington. if jim demint and sarah palin and these guys are going to be successful they have to coach the candidates to get the focus bakken 0 the democrats and that's the only way they're going to win. >> paul: i have to tell you, i have not seen a single poll, steve, that shows that the republicans are out of step here this year. it seems that this is-- this argument, even the tea party argument seems to be directly where the independents are in this election. which is concerned with the state of the economy, concerned with fiscal, with run away spending and fiscal issues. >> yeah, this is what the left doesn't understand, is that the tea partiers have become the mainstream or maybe the mainstream has become tea partiers, i've been out on the mall with uhundreds of thousands of people and it's a phenomena. i'm excited about the prospect of a senate next year with not just jim demint and tom coburn, but six or seven or eight more like history. as jim demint told me, the reinforcements are coming and that's a
,000 from nancy pelosi alone, and now donnelly wants us to believe that he's independent? the national congressional committee is responsible for this advertising. >> that reminds me of 2008 when they tried to link joh john mccn to george bush. >> this is what the problem is for democrats, and the way it works. you go back to the special election, and the democrat running there didn't have a record. one of the problems for the democrats here, for all of the ed againstaybe vot stimulus or maybe voted against allhealthcare bill, they got a bad vote somewhere, and y to're going to link toda it. and right now, it'sthe the country. and it's hard to disassociate themselves. >> a lot of the democrats are vulnerable this year, and hand-picked, rob iman well. when he was in the congress, to run against moderates in the districts with modern voting records, and they might lose this year now that rob is in the white house because of the policies of rob iman well. >> the man who has to be the happenniest in the country is joe is lieberman. he drove over the cliff, and they're all running in hs air
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on the one hand and then saying please come join us in a bipartisan deal to reform it and contradictory messages. >> the american people is now more focused on the check issues than ever before and well aware of the problems of social security and to demagogue it like this i think is not going to help the democrats. one point, you know, about this debate that gets left out and the republicans should make is, they keep advertising they're going to take grandma's social security. people over 60 are grandfathered out. >> i think as low as 55 or 50 for some of the plans. this is two generations, this is about people in their 20's and 30's and middle aged people and they all are well aware of the fact they have a problem. they're open to debate on this. >> notice democrats are not going after republicans on medicare cuts because obama plan the cuts and the medicare raigting. >> paul: and if republicans take congress. does this mean there couldn't be a deal between the president and republicans or does it make it politically more difficult to get there. >> i think we immediately go into the 2
of the constitution i have to cite or use in this bill and this is symbolic with important. >> paul: kim, where does this fall short? >> there's a couple of one, ear marks, the republicans, house republicans unilaterally disavowed them and that was a mark in their favor among a lot of vote,er, this as things rocked from the new pledge and i think they were hoping no one would notice, but i think they don't understand how symbolic this has become for a lot of tea party voters in particular and independents so that's not good. also, not a lot on good tax policy and the problem there's a big focus in here on spending caps and reducing the deficit, but if you don't have policies out there growing the government, you're never really going to get out of this debt, i'm sorry, growing the economy. >> paul: growing the economy. >> sorry, growing the economy, you're never going to get out of the deficits. they don't have as much on that and have to work on it. >> paul: that's where they are going to fall short. >> they're in the new media age, we're talking ear marks and process reform, for an entire year, th
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